Individuals requesting induced abortions.
Intentional removal of a fetus from the uterus by any of a number of techniques. (POPLINE, 1978)
Expulsion of the product of FERTILIZATION before completing the term of GESTATION and without deliberate interference.
Premature expulsion of the FETUS in animals.
Requirements for the selection of students for admission to academic institutions.
Process of applying for employment. It includes written application for employment or personal appearance.
Illegal termination of pregnancy.
Abortion induced to save the life or health of a pregnant woman. (From Dorland, 28th ed)
Preparatory education meeting the requirements for admission to dental school.
The retention in the UTERUS of a dead FETUS two months or more after its DEATH.
Any type of abortion, induced or spontaneous, that is associated with infection of the UTERUS and its appendages. It is characterized by FEVER, uterine tenderness, and foul discharge.
Three or more consecutive spontaneous abortions.
The process of choosing employees for specific types of employment. The concept includes recruitment.
UTERINE BLEEDING from a GESTATION of less than 20 weeks without any CERVICAL DILATATION. It is characterized by vaginal bleeding, lower back discomfort, or midline pelvic cramping and a risk factor for MISCARRIAGE.
Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of dentistry.
Individuals enrolled a school of dentistry or a formal educational program in leading to a degree in dentistry.
Female dentists.
Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of medicine.
Primarily non-verbal tests designed to predict an individual's future learning ability or performance.
Chemical substances that interrupt pregnancy after implantation.
Individuals enrolled in a preparatory course for medical school.
Premature loss of PREGNANCY in which not all the products of CONCEPTION have been expelled.
The assessing of academic or educational achievement. It includes all aspects of testing and test construction.
Selection of a type of occupation or profession.
The profession concerned with the teeth, oral cavity, and associated structures, and the diagnosis and treatment of their diseases including prevention and the restoration of defective and missing tissue.
A mammalian fetus expelled by INDUCED ABORTION or SPONTANEOUS ABORTION.
Programs of training in medicine and medical specialties offered by hospitals for graduates of medicine to meet the requirements established by accrediting authorities.
Steroidal compounds with abortifacient activity.
Stipends or grants-in-aid granted by foundations or institutions to individuals for study.
The sciences dealing with processes observable in nature.
Abortion performed because of possible fetal defects.

Does the liberalisation of abortion laws increase the number of abortions? The case study of Spain. (1/41)

BACKGROUND: Over the course of the 1980s a public debate on abortion took place in Spain culminating in a more permissive social climate and, in 1985, the partial decriminalisation of abortion. Before this, women were forced to abort illegally or abroad in countries which had decriminalised abortions. The aim of this study is to present jointly the evolution of abortions in Spanish women in England and Wales between 1974 and 1995, The Netherlands between 1980 and 1995 and Spain since the start of the register in 1987 through to 1995 and to compare trends both before and after the law in Spain. METHODS: Incidence rates were calculated in each of the countries studied and the slopes of the curves for 1974-1984 and 1987-1995 were compared. Data were obtained from reports published by the offices of abortion surveillance in England and Wales, The Netherlands and Spain. RESULTS: The rates increased constantly throughout the study period. From 1974 to 1985, a total of 204,736 Spanish women aborted in England and Wales and The Netherlands. After the law was passed, 34,895 Spanish women had abortions in those countries over the period 1986-1995. During 1987-1995, 340,214 Spanish women terminated their pregnancies in Spain. The regression coefficients before and after the passing of the law were beta = 0.3538 (0.307-0.400) and beta = 0.319 (0.243-0.394) respectively; no difference was observed. CONCLUSIONS: During the study period a significant proportion of reproductive-aged Spanish women had abortions in England and Wales and The Netherlands. Decriminalisation has had no observed effect on the trends in abortion, but rather it has benefited Spanish women by making abortion available locally and, therefore, reducing the inequalities implied by lack of access to proper health care services. These data demonstrate the impact of the liberalisation of abortion on the trends of procedures performed in other countries.  (+info)

Reports from the Faculty of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care AGM, May 2002. Assessing the quality of information leaflets about abortion methods in England and Wales. (2/41)

This study assessed the quality of written information about abortion methods provided by clinics in England and Wales. Forty-four sets of leaflets were collected. The average leaflet was found to provide only half the possible information about benefits, risks and general procedures. Only half of the leaflets were of standard readability and accessible by 83% of the British population. Therefore, it seems unlikely that most women in England and Wales are in a position to make an informed decision about abortion method.  (+info)

Evaluation of near patient testing for Chlamydia trachomatis in a pregnancy termination service. (3/41)

AIM: To identify and evaluate advantages and disadvantages of a near patient test (NPT) for Chlamydia trachomatis, using Clearview Chlamydia MF (Unipath Ltd) in a British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) clinic. METHOD: The improved Clearview Chlamydia MF test was used to test endocervical swabs from 400 women attending BPAS clinic for termination of pregnancy. The results were compared with Ligase Chain Reaction (LCR), using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) as the arbiter. RESULTS: Twenty-seven women tested positive by Clearview Chlamydia MF (24 confirmed by LCR) and 32 by LCR. COMMENT: NPT has potential advantages in specific situations where a quick result is required for optimal management of those testing positive. However, the current technology available for detection of Chlamydial infection results in time constraints, which limited its benefits in this study, where there was a high throughput of clients. A significant number of cases were missed by Clearview Chlamydia MF, though the sensitivity found is within the ranges reported for various enzyme immunoassays (EIA) - currently the most commonly used testing method. The study confirmed the high positivity in those attending for termination, especially in under 25-year-olds.  (+info)

Pregnancy counselling clinic: a questionnaire survey of intimate partner abuse. (4/41)

CONTEXT: Intimate partner abuse has a significant and detrimental impact on the mental and physical health of a woman. Physical abuse is often associated with sexual abuse. OBJECTIVE: To examine the prevalence and nature of physical and sexual partner abuse experienced by women who request a termination of pregnancy (TOP). DESIGN: Quantitative data collection using an anonymous, self-completed questionnaire. SETTING: A pregnancy counselling clinic located within a large district general hospital in the north west of England. PARTICIPANTS: A sample of 312 women attending the clinic. RESULTS: Three hundred and twelve questionnaires were returned (96.7% response rate). The prevalence rate of intimate partner abuse at some stage in the woman's life was 35.1%; 19.5% had experienced actual physical abuse in the past year; and 3.7% had experienced forced sexual intercourse in the past year. Of the latter, in over half of the cases, this may have resulted in the current pregnancy. A total of 6.6% of women in this study are currently living in fear. DISCUSSION: The anonymity of the survey and the method of implementation encouraged an excellent response rate. The prevalence of physical abuse was higher than that reported in previous studies, however the prevalence of sexual abuse was lower. Up to 2% of requests for TOP could have been due to recent forced sexual intercourse. CONCLUSIONS: Many women requesting a TOP have been, or still are, in violent relationships. Some women may attend with an unwanted conception following sexual assault by their current or previous intimate partner.  (+info)

Characteristics of women undergoing repeat induced abortion. (5/41)

BACKGROUND: Although repeat induced abortion is common, data concerning characteristics of women undergoing this procedure are lacking. We conducted this study to identify the characteristics, including history of physical abuse by a male partner and history of sexual abuse, of women who present for repeat induced abortion. METHODS: We surveyed a consecutive series of women presenting for initial or repeat pregnancy termination to a regional provider of abortion services for a wide geographic area in southwestern Ontario between August 1998 and May 1999. Self-reported demographic characteristics, attitudes and practices regarding contraception, history of relationship violence, history of sexual abuse or coercion, and related variables were assessed as potential correlates of repeat induced abortion. We used chi2 tests for linear trend to examine characteristics of women undergoing a first, second, or third or subsequent abortion. We analyzed significant correlates of repeat abortion using stepwise multivariate multinomial logistic regression to identify factors uniquely associated with repeat abortion. RESULTS: Of the 1221 women approached, 1145 (93.8%) consented to participate. Data regarding first versus repeat abortion were available for 1127 women. A total of 68.2%, 23.1% and 8.7% of the women were seeking a first, second, or third or subsequent abortion respectively. Adjusted odds ratios for undergoing repeat versus a first abortion increased significantly with increased age (second abortion: 1.08, 95% confidence interval [CI] 1.04-1.09; third or subsequent abortion: 1.11, 95% CI 1.07-1.15), oral contraceptive use at the time of conception (second abortion: 2.17, 95% CI 1.52-3.09; third or subsequent abortion: 2.60, 95% CI 1.51-4.46), history of physical abuse by a male partner (second abortion: 2.04, 95% CI 1.39-3.01; third or subsequent abortion: 2.78, 95% CI 1.62-4.79), history of sexual abuse or violence (second abortion: 1.58, 95% CI 1.11-2.25; third or subsequent abortion: 2.53, 95% CI 1.50-4.28), history of sexually transmitted disease (second abortion: 1.50, 95% CI 0.98-2.29; third or subsequent abortion: 2.26, 95% CI 1.28-4.02) and being born outside Canada (second abortion: 1.83, 95% CI 1.19-2.79; third or subsequent abortion: 1.75, 95% CI 0.90-3.41). INTERPRETATION: Among other factors, a history of physical or sexual abuse was associated with repeat induced abortion. Presentation for repeat abortion may be an important indication to screen for a current or past history of relationship violence and sexual abuse.  (+info)

Awareness of emergency contraception. (6/41)

OBJECTIVE: To study the level of awareness and use of emergency contraception (EC) in women attending a pregnancy termination clinic. METHOD: A questionnaire was handed to all women attending the clinic for termination of pregnancy and related advice during the month of February 2003. Completed questionnaires were collected before the women left the clinic and the data analysed. RESULTS: A total of 78 women received the questionnaire and all except two were returned. Fifty-nine (78%) women were familiar with EC. Sixty percent of women felt that EC was easily accessible, but only 37% of them had ever used it. However, 90% of the women questioned would consider using EC in the future. CONCLUSION: Despite the level of awareness of EC in Fife being quite good, EC is underused for many reasons.  (+info)

Does dedicated pre-abortion contraception counselling help to improve post-abortion contraception uptake? (7/41)

OBJECTIVE: Many studies have shown a disappointing periabortion contraceptive uptake. This study investigated whether the provision of dedicated and targeted contraception counselling at the pre-abortion assessment visit can improve the post-abortion contraception uptake. METHODS: The study comprised a 3-month prospective reaudit of the abortion clinic. RESULTS: Of the 104 women seen during the re-audit period, 96% received post-abortion contraception. The majority (73%) of the women chose and received one of the less user-dependent contraceptive methods such as intrauterine contraceptive devices, the intrauterine contraceptive system, the progestogen injectable and subdermal implants. CONCLUSION: It was found that the provision of targeted contraception counselling by a dedicated team during the pre-abortion assessment visit can dramatically improve post-abortion contraception uptake.  (+info)

Referral to a National Health Service-funded abortion clinic. (8/41)

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the referral process from two Primary Care Trusts to a National Health Service-funded abortion clinic in the North West of England. METHODS: The study comprised a survey of all clinic attendees from within the study area during a 6-month period. All attending women were asked to complete an anonymous questionnaire. A total of 202 questionnaires were given out and 143 were returned completed (a 71% response rate). RESULTS: At least 90% of the women were referred directly from the first health professional they consulted to the abortion clinic. Five percent of the women were either referred to another health professional or not referred anywhere. Twelve percent of the women had to wait longer than the 3 weeks recommended by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists guideline. In a minority of cases this wait extended up to 7 weeks. However, most women were satisfied with the length of wait, the health professional they consulted with and, in particular, the care they received at the abortion clinic itself. CONCLUSIONS: In a minority of cases the referral system failed to meet the guidelines and recommendations made by professional bodies. Changes are necessary to ensure that all women receive a prompt and efficient referral to ensure that their procedure occurs at the earliest possible gestation.  (+info)

"Abortion applicants" is not a standard medical term. However, in general, it may refer to individuals who are seeking to have an abortion procedure performed. This could include people of any gender, although the vast majority of those seeking abortions are women or pregnant individuals. The term "abortion applicant" may be used in legal or administrative contexts to describe someone who is applying for a legal abortion, particularly in places where there are restrictions or requirements that must be met before an abortion can be performed. It is important to note that access to safe and legal abortion is a fundamental human right recognized by many international organizations and medical associations.

Induced abortion is a medical procedure that intentionally terminates a pregnancy before the fetus can survive outside the womb. It can be performed either surgically or medically through the use of medications. The timing of an induced abortion is typically based on the gestational age of the pregnancy, with different methods used at different stages.

The most common surgical procedure for induced abortion is vacuum aspiration, which is usually performed during the first trimester (up to 12-13 weeks of gestation). This procedure involves dilating the cervix and using a vacuum device to remove the pregnancy tissue from the uterus. Other surgical procedures, such as dilation and evacuation (D&E), may be used in later stages of pregnancy.

Medical abortion involves the use of medications to induce the termination of a pregnancy. The most common regimen involves the use of two drugs: mifepristone and misoprostol. Mifepristone works by blocking the action of progesterone, a hormone necessary for maintaining pregnancy. Misoprostol causes the uterus to contract and expel the pregnancy tissue. This method is typically used during the first 10 weeks of gestation.

Induced abortion is a safe and common medical procedure, with low rates of complications when performed by trained healthcare providers in appropriate settings. Access to induced abortion varies widely around the world, with some countries restricting or prohibiting the practice entirely.

Spontaneous abortion, also known as miscarriage, is the unintentional expulsion of a nonviable fetus from the uterus before the 20th week of gestation. It is a common complication of early pregnancy, with most miscarriages occurring during the first trimester. Spontaneous abortion can have various causes, including chromosomal abnormalities, maternal health conditions, infections, hormonal imbalances, and structural issues of the uterus or cervix. In many cases, the exact cause may remain unknown.

The symptoms of spontaneous abortion can vary but often include vaginal bleeding, which may range from light spotting to heavy bleeding; abdominal pain or cramping; and the passing of tissue or clots from the vagina. While some miscarriages occur suddenly and are immediately noticeable, others may progress slowly over several days or even weeks.

In medical practice, healthcare providers often use specific terminology to describe different stages and types of spontaneous abortion. For example:

* Threatened abortion: Vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy, but the cervix remains closed, and there is no evidence of fetal demise or passing of tissue.
* Inevitable abortion: Vaginal bleeding with an open cervix, indicating that a miscarriage is imminent or already in progress.
* Incomplete abortion: The expulsion of some but not all products of conception from the uterus, requiring medical intervention to remove any remaining tissue.
* Complete abortion: The successful passage of all products of conception from the uterus, often confirmed through an ultrasound or pelvic examination.
* Missed abortion: The death of a fetus in the uterus without any expulsion of the products of conception, which may be discovered during routine prenatal care.
* Septic abortion: A rare and life-threatening complication of spontaneous abortion characterized by infection of the products of conception and the surrounding tissues, requiring prompt medical attention and antibiotic treatment.

Healthcare providers typically monitor patients who experience a spontaneous abortion to ensure that all products of conception have been expelled and that there are no complications, such as infection or excessive bleeding. In some cases, medication or surgical intervention may be necessary to remove any remaining tissue or address other issues related to the miscarriage. Counseling and support services are often available for individuals and couples who experience a spontaneous abortion, as they may face emotional challenges and concerns about future pregnancies.

I. Definition:

An abortion in a veterinary context refers to the intentional or unintentional termination of pregnancy in a non-human animal before the fetus is capable of surviving outside of the uterus. This can occur spontaneously (known as a miscarriage) or be induced through medical intervention (induced abortion).

II. Common Causes:

Spontaneous abortions may result from genetic defects, hormonal imbalances, infections, exposure to toxins, trauma, or other maternal health issues. Induced abortions are typically performed for population control, humane reasons (such as preventing the birth of a severely deformed or non-viable fetus), or when the pregnancy poses a risk to the mother's health.

III. Methods:

Veterinarians may use various methods to induce abortion depending on the species, stage of gestation, and reason for the procedure. These can include administering drugs that stimulate uterine contractions (such as prostaglandins), physically removing the fetus through surgery (dilation and curettage or hysterectomy), or using techniques specific to certain animal species (e.g., intrauterine infusion of hypertonic saline in equids).

IV. Ethical Considerations:

The ethics surrounding veterinary abortions are complex and multifaceted, often involving considerations related to animal welfare, conservation, population management, and human-animal relationships. Veterinarians must weigh these factors carefully when deciding whether to perform an abortion and which method to use. In some cases, legal regulations may also influence the decision-making process.

V. Conclusion:

Abortion in veterinary medicine is a medical intervention that can be used to address various clinical scenarios, ranging from unintentional pregnancy loss to deliberate termination of pregnancy for humane or population control reasons. Ethical considerations play a significant role in the decision-making process surrounding veterinary abortions, and veterinarians must carefully evaluate each situation on a case-by-case basis.

"School Admission Criteria" is not a medical term. However, I can provide you with a general definition:

School admission criteria are the set of standards and qualifications that a student must meet in order to be considered for acceptance into a particular school or educational program. These criteria may include academic achievements, standardized test scores, behavioral records, extracurricular activities, interviews, and other factors that the school deems relevant to assess a student's potential for success in their learning environment.

While not medical, these criteria can impact a child's educational experience and overall well-being, which may have indirect effects on their health.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Job Application" is not a medical term. It refers to the process or documents used when someone is seeking employment with a company or organization. This typically includes submitting a resume or curriculum vitae (CV), cover letter, and sometimes completing an application form provided by the employer.

If you have any questions about medical terminology or concepts, I'd be happy to help!

A criminal abortion is an illegal abortion, which is a procedure performed with the intent to induce the termination of a pregnancy, carried out in violation of the law. In many jurisdictions, criminal abortions are defined as those performed outside of the legal parameters set forth by the relevant regulations, such as those that require the procedure to be performed by a licensed medical professional, within certain timeframes, and/or for specific reasons.

Criminal abortions may be motivated by various factors, including financial constraints, social stigma, or fear of repercussions. Engaging in criminal abortion practices can result in severe legal consequences, including fines, imprisonment, and in some cases, loss of medical license. It's important to note that the legality and accessibility of abortion vary significantly across different countries and regions, with varying restrictions and requirements.

If you require assistance or advice related to pregnancy termination, it is crucial to consult a licensed healthcare professional or a trusted reproductive health organization in your area to ensure that you receive accurate information and safe care within the legal framework of your jurisdiction.

A therapeutic abortion is the deliberate termination of a pregnancy before viability (the ability of the fetus to survive outside the womb), which is generally considered to be around 24 weeks of gestation. The term "therapeutic" is used to describe abortions that are performed for medical reasons, such as to protect the life or health of the pregnant individual, or in cases where the fetus has a severe abnormality and cannot survive outside the womb.

Therapeutic abortions may be recommended in situations where continuing the pregnancy poses a significant risk to the health or life of the pregnant individual. For example, if a pregnant person has a serious medical condition such as heart disease, cancer, or severe pre-eclampsia, continuing the pregnancy could worsen their condition and put them at risk of serious complications or even death. In these cases, a therapeutic abortion may be necessary to protect the health or life of the pregnant individual.

Therapeutic abortions may also be recommended in cases where the fetus has a severe abnormality that is not compatible with life outside the womb. For example, if the fetus has a condition such as anencephaly (a neural tube defect where the brain and skull do not form properly), or a chromosomal abnormality such as Trisomy 13 or 18, continuing the pregnancy may result in a stillbirth or a short, painful life for the infant after birth. In these cases, a therapeutic abortion may be considered a compassionate option to prevent unnecessary suffering.

It's important to note that the decision to undergo a therapeutic abortion is a deeply personal one, and should be made in consultation with medical professionals and trusted family members or support networks. Ultimately, the decision should be based on what is best for the physical and emotional health of the pregnant individual, taking into account their values, beliefs, and circumstances.

"Predental education" refers to the educational preparation and coursework typically completed prior to applying to dental school. This often includes completing a bachelor's degree, with a strong emphasis on science courses such as biology, chemistry, physics, and organic chemistry. Some students may choose to complete a specific predental program, while others may major in a related field such as biology or chemistry.

The purpose of predental education is to provide a solid foundation in the sciences and critical thinking skills necessary for success in dental school. Most dental schools require applicants to have completed certain prerequisite courses, which may vary slightly from one institution to another. In addition to academic preparation, predental education may also involve gaining experience in the field through internships, volunteering, or shadowing dentists.

Overall, predental education is an important step for students who are interested in pursuing a career as a dentist and want to ensure that they are well-prepared for the rigors of dental school.

A "missed abortion" is a medical term used to describe a pregnancy in which the fetus has died or failed to develop, but the products of conception (i.e., the placenta and gestational sac) remain in the uterus. This condition is also sometimes referred to as a "silent miscarriage" or "delayed miscarriage." In a missed abortion, there may be no symptoms or only very mild ones, such as vaginal bleeding or the passing of tissue. The diagnosis is typically made through an ultrasound exam that shows an empty gestational sac or a non-viable fetus. Treatment options include waiting for the body to expel the products of conception naturally, taking medication to induce expulsion, or undergoing a surgical procedure to remove the products of conception.

Septic abortion is a medical term used to describe a spontaneous abortion or miscarriage that is associated with infection. This occurs when the products of conception, such as the fetal tissue and placenta, are not completely expelled from the uterus, leading to an infection of the uterine lining and potentially the pelvic cavity.

The infection can cause fever, chills, severe abdominal pain, foul-smelling vaginal discharge, and heavy bleeding. If left untreated, septic abortion can lead to serious complications such as sepsis, infertility, and even death. It is important to seek medical attention immediately if you suspect a septic abortion. Treatment typically involves antibiotics to clear the infection and possibly surgical intervention to remove any remaining products of conception.

The medical definition of "Habitual Abortion" refers to a woman who has three or more consecutive pregnancies that end in spontaneous miscarriages before 20 weeks of gestation. The cause of habitual abortions can be difficult to determine and may involve genetic, anatomical, hormonal, or immune system factors. Treatment is often aimed at addressing any underlying issues that may be contributing to the recurrent miscarriages. It's important to note that the terminology has changed over time and the term "recurrent pregnancy loss" is now more commonly used in place of "habitual abortion".

"Personnel Selection," in a medical context, refers to the process of choosing and hiring healthcare professionals for various positions within a healthcare organization or setting. This process typically involves several steps, including job analysis, recruitment, application screening, interviews, testing, background checks, and reference checks. The goal is to identify and select the most qualified, competent, and suitable candidates who possess the necessary knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors to perform the job duties effectively and safely, while also aligning with the organization's mission, values, and culture. Personnel selection in healthcare aims to ensure high-quality patient care, improve patient outcomes, reduce medical errors, and enhance overall organizational performance.

A "threatened abortion" is a medical term used to describe a situation in which there are symptoms that suggest an impending miscarriage, such as vaginal bleeding and/or cramping during early pregnancy, but the cervix remains closed and the fetal heartbeat is still present. This condition is estimated to occur in up to 20-30% of all pregnancies, and while it can be a source of anxiety for pregnant individuals, it does not necessarily mean that a miscarriage will definitely occur.

It's important to note that if you are experiencing any symptoms of a threatened abortion, you should contact your healthcare provider right away for evaluation and guidance on how to manage the situation. They may recommend bed rest, pelvic rest, or other treatments to help support the pregnancy and reduce the risk of miscarriage.

"Schools, Dental" is not a recognized medical term or concept. It seems that there might be some confusion in the terminology used. If you are referring to "Dental Schools," they are educational institutions that offer professional training programs in dentistry, leading to a degree in dental surgery (DDS) or dental medicine (DMD).

If you meant something else, please clarify the term or concept, and I would be happy to provide more information.

I'm happy to help! However, I believe there may be a slight misunderstanding in your question. "Students, Dental" is not a medical term or definition. Instead, it likely refers to individuals who are studying to become dental professionals, such as dentists, dental hygienists, or dental assistants.

If you're looking for information about dental education or the field of dentistry, I would be happy to provide some resources or answer any questions you may have!

A dentist is a healthcare professional who specializes in diagnosing, preventing, and treating diseases and conditions related to the oral cavity and maxillofacial region. The term "women" refers to an individual who identifies as female. Therefore, "Dentists, Women" specifically refers to female dental professionals who provide dental care. They are trained to perform various procedures such as teeth cleanings, fillings, extractions, root canals, and fitting of dental appliances. Additionally, women dentists may specialize in certain areas of dentistry, including orthodontics, oral surgery, pediatric dentistry, or periodontics. They are committed to promoting good oral health and preventing dental diseases in their patients.

"Medical Schools" is a term that refers to educational institutions specifically designed to train and educate future medical professionals. These schools offer comprehensive programs leading to a professional degree in medicine, such as the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree. The curriculum typically includes both classroom instruction and clinical training, covering topics like anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, pathology, medical ethics, and patient care. Medical schools aim to equip students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes to become competent, compassionate, and ethical healthcare providers. Admission to medical schools usually requires a bachelor's degree and completion of specific prerequisite courses, as well as a strong performance on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).

Aptitude tests are standardized assessments designed to measure a person's potential to perform certain tasks or learn new skills. These tests typically evaluate various cognitive abilities, such as logical reasoning, spatial awareness, numerical comprehension, and verbal aptitude. They are often used in educational and occupational settings to help identify individuals who may be well-suited for specific courses of study or careers.

In the context of medical education and training, aptitude tests can be utilized to predict a candidate's likelihood of success in various healthcare professions. For example, the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is an aptitude test that measures a student's problem-solving abilities, critical thinking skills, and knowledge of scientific concepts relevant to medicine. This test helps medical schools determine whether applicants have the necessary foundational skills to succeed in their programs.

Other healthcare fields may also use aptitude tests during the selection process. For instance, nursing schools might administer tests to evaluate candidates' abilities in areas like math, communication, and critical thinking. Similarly, allied health programs may use specialized aptitude assessments to ensure that students possess the cognitive skills required for their chosen profession.

It is important to note that while aptitude tests can provide valuable insights into a person's potential, they should not be the sole determinant of suitability for a particular course of study or career. Other factors, such as motivation, interpersonal skills, and life experiences, also play crucial roles in an individual's success in any given field.

An abortifacient agent is a substance or drug that causes abortion by inducing the uterus to contract and expel a fetus. These agents can be chemical or herbal substances, and they work by interfering with the implantation of the fertilized egg in the uterine lining or by stimulating uterine contractions to expel the developing embryo or fetus.

Examples of abortifacient agents include misoprostol, mifepristone, and certain herbs such as pennyroyal, tansy, and black cohosh. It is important to note that the use of abortifacient agents can have serious health consequences, including infection, bleeding, and damage to the reproductive system. Therefore, it is essential to consult with a healthcare provider before using any abortifacient agent.

"Premedical students" typically refers to individuals who are in the process of completing their undergraduate education and are preparing to apply to medical school. These students may be majoring in a variety of fields, but they are taking the necessary coursework to meet the requirements for admission to medical school, which often includes classes in biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics. Additionally, premedical students may also gain relevant experience through volunteering or working in healthcare settings, joining clubs or organizations focused on medicine, and preparing for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).

An incomplete abortion is a medical term used to describe a situation where a pregnancy is expelled or terminated spontaneously or induced, but only partially. This means that some of the products of conception (i.e., the fetus, placenta, and associated membranes) are retained within the uterus.

Incomplete abortions can be caused by various factors, including complications during a medical or surgical abortion, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, or infection. Symptoms of an incomplete abortion may include vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain, cramping, and the passage of tissue or clots.

Incomplete abortions are considered a medical emergency because they can lead to complications such as infection, hemorrhage, and infertility if left untreated. Treatment typically involves a surgical procedure called dilatation and curettage (D&C) to remove any remaining products of conception from the uterus. In some cases, medication may also be used to help complete the abortion and prevent infection.

Educational measurement is a field of study concerned with the development, administration, and interpretation of tests, questionnaires, and other assessments for the purpose of measuring learning outcomes, abilities, knowledge, skills, and attitudes in an educational context. The goal of educational measurement is to provide valid, reliable, and fair measures of student achievement and growth that can inform instructional decisions, guide curriculum development, and support accountability efforts.

Educational measurement involves a variety of statistical and psychometric methods for analyzing assessment data, including classical test theory, item response theory, and generalizability theory. These methods are used to establish the reliability and validity of assessments, as well as to score and interpret student performance. Additionally, educational measurement is concerned with issues related to test fairness, accessibility, and bias, and seeks to ensure that assessments are equitable and inclusive for all students.

Overall, educational measurement plays a critical role in ensuring the quality and effectiveness of educational programs and policies, and helps to promote student learning and achievement.

A career choice refers to the decision or selection of a job or profession that an individual makes, typically based on their interests, skills, values, and personal goals. It involves considering various factors such as education and training requirements, job outlook, salary potential, and work-life balance. A well-informed career choice can lead to long-term job satisfaction, success, and fulfillment. It is essential to note that career choices can change over time due to various reasons, including personal growth, industry trends, or changes in life circumstances.

Dentistry is the branch of medicine that is concerned with the examination, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity (mouth), including the teeth, gums, and other supporting structures. Dentists use a variety of treatments and procedures to help patients maintain good oral health and prevent dental problems from developing or worsening. These may include:

* Routine cleanings and checkups to remove plaque and tartar and detect any potential issues early on
* Fillings, crowns, and other restorative treatments to repair damaged teeth
* Root canal therapy to treat infected or inflamed tooth pulp
* Extractions of severely decayed or impacted teeth
* Dentures, bridges, and implants to replace missing teeth
* Orthodontic treatment to align crooked or misaligned teeth
* Treatment for temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders and other issues affecting the jaw and surrounding muscles

Dental health is an important part of overall health and well-being. Poor oral health has been linked to a variety of systemic conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and respiratory infections. Regular dental checkups and good oral hygiene practices can help prevent these and other dental problems from developing.

An aborted fetus refers to a developing human organism that is expelled or removed from the uterus before it is viable, typically as a result of an induced abortion. An abortion is a medical procedure that intentionally ends a pregnancy and can be performed through various methods, depending on the stage of the pregnancy.

It's important to note that the term "abortion" is often used in different contexts and may carry different connotations depending on one's perspective. In medical terminology, an abortion refers specifically to the intentional ending of a pregnancy before viability. However, in other contexts, the term may be used more broadly to refer to any spontaneous or induced loss of a pregnancy, including miscarriages and stillbirths.

The definition of "viable" can vary, but it generally refers to the point at which a fetus can survive outside the uterus with medical assistance, typically around 24 weeks of gestation. Fetal viability is a complex issue that depends on many factors, including the availability and accessibility of medical technology and resources.

In summary, an aborted fetus is a developing human organism that is intentionally expelled or removed from the uterus before it is viable, typically as a result of a medical procedure called an abortion.

Internship: In medical terms, an internship is a supervised program of hospital-based training for physicians and surgeons who have recently graduated from medical school. The duration of an internship typically ranges from one to three years, during which the intern engages in a variety of clinical rotations in different departments such as internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, and neurology. The primary aim of an internship is to provide newly graduated doctors with hands-on experience in patient care, diagnosis, treatment planning, and communication skills under the close supervision of experienced physicians.

Residency: A residency is a structured and intensive postgraduate medical training program that typically lasts between three and seven years, depending on the specialty. Residents are licensed physicians who have completed their internship and are now receiving advanced training in a specific area of medicine or surgery. During this period, residents work closely with experienced attending physicians to gain comprehensive knowledge and skills in their chosen field. They are responsible for managing patient care, performing surgical procedures, interpreting diagnostic tests, conducting research, teaching medical students, and participating in continuing education activities. Residency programs aim to prepare physicians for independent practice and board certification in their specialty.

Abortifacient agents, steroidal, refer to a type of medication or substance that is capable of inducing abortion or causing the termination of pregnancy by interfering with the implantation and maintenance of the fertilized ovum (embryo) or the development of the placenta. Steroidal abortifacient agents are synthetic derivatives of steroids, which have a similar structure to naturally occurring hormones in the human body.

The most commonly used steroidal abortifacient agent is mifepristone, also known as RU-486. Mifepristone works by blocking the action of progesterone, a hormone that is essential for maintaining pregnancy. By blocking the action of progesterone, mifepristone causes the shedding of the uterine lining and the expulsion of the embryo or fetus from the uterus.

Steroidal abortifacient agents are typically used in the early stages of pregnancy, up to 10 weeks after the last menstrual period. They may be used alone or in combination with other medications, such as misoprostol, which helps to stimulate uterine contractions and expel the embryo or fetus from the uterus.

It is important to note that steroidal abortifacient agents are not the same as emergency contraceptives, which are used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse. Steroidal abortifacient agents are intended for use in cases where pregnancy has already occurred and is unwanted or poses a risk to the health of the mother or fetus.

Fellowships and scholarships in the medical context are awards given to individuals to support their education, training, or research in a specific medical field. Here are the definitions for each:

1. Fellowship: A fellowship is a competitive award given to a highly qualified individual, usually a physician or researcher, to pursue advanced training, education, or research in a specialized area of medicine. Fellowships can last from one to several years and often involve working in an academic medical center or research institution. They may include a stipend, tuition support, and other benefits.
2. Scholarship: A scholarship is a financial award given to an individual to support their education, typically for undergraduate or graduate studies. In the medical context, scholarships are often granted to students who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership potential, and a commitment to a career in medicine. Scholarships can cover tuition, fees, books, and living expenses and may be awarded by universities, professional organizations, or other entities.

Both fellowships and scholarships can provide valuable opportunities for individuals to advance their knowledge, skills, and careers in the medical field. They are often highly competitive, with selection based on a variety of factors including academic achievement, research experience, leadership potential, and personal qualities.

"Natural science disciplines" is a broad term that refers to various branches of scientific study focused on understanding, describing, and explaining natural phenomena. These disciplines use systematic observation, experimentation, and evidence-based approaches to investigate the properties and behaviors of natural entities and systems. Some prominent natural science disciplines include:

1. Physics: The study of matter, energy, and their interactions, including mechanics, electricity, magnetism, thermodynamics, and quantum physics.
2. Chemistry: The investigation of the composition, structure, properties, and transformation of matter, encompassing areas such as organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, and biochemistry.
3. Biology: The examination of living organisms, their structures, functions, processes, interactions, and evolution, covering topics like genetics, cellular biology, molecular biology, physiology, ecology, and evolution.
4. Geology: The study of Earth's materials, processes, and history, including mineralogy, petrology, geochemistry, stratigraphy, structural geology, and paleontology.
5. Astronomy: The scientific exploration of celestial objects, phenomena, and the universe beyond Earth, incorporating areas such as astrophysics, planetary science, and cosmology.

These disciplines often overlap and inform one another, contributing to a more comprehensive understanding of the natural world.

An "eugenic abortion" is not a medical term, but rather a descriptive phrase that combines two concepts: eugenics and abortion.

Eugenics refers to the belief and practice of improving the human species by encouraging reproduction of individuals with desired traits and preventing reproduction of those with undesired traits. This concept has been widely criticized for its potential to be used as a tool for discrimination and oppression.

Abortion, on the other hand, is the medical procedure to end a pregnancy before the fetus can survive outside the womb.

A "eugenic abortion," therefore, generally refers to the practice of terminating a pregnancy based on the perceived genetic traits or characteristics of the fetus, such as disability, race, or sex. This phrase is often used in discussions about the ethics and morality of selective abortions, and it raises important questions about discrimination, reproductive rights, and medical ethics. It's worth noting that the vast majority of abortions are not performed for eugenic reasons, but rather due to a variety of personal, medical, and socioeconomic factors.

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All applicants will be asked to translate a test article. We prefer native or near-native English skills. You will be expected ... It Isnt Just the US: Abortion Barriers in Britain Are Forcing Women To Travel Miles for Treatment. June 23, 2022 Lalatendu Das ...
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Only a very small pool of applicants, many of whom are repeat recipients, are seeking the grants, it said. ... Tags: abortions for detainees, Americans United for Life, anti-abortion, anti-choice, anti-life, CNS News, embryo adoption, ... Abortions will be taxpayer-funded if the life of the mother is deemed to be endangered or the pregnancy is the result of rape ... 1) He says abortion is a wrenching issue but he fights to increase funding it.. 2) He says we need to increase energy ...
The Supreme Court will hear a case regarding a Louisiana law requiring any doctor that performs abortions to have admitting ... Top Law Firm Collects Photographs of Potential Applicants, Raising Discrimination Concerns Aaron Sibarium ... "Abortion activists are more than willing to lower the bar on womens health in order to expand abortion, but stricter clinic ... "As abortion access comes under attack, this is no time to back down. Were fighting back with everything weve got to protect ...
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  • In the wake of the Kansas Supreme Court's recent decision finding a right to abortion in the Kansas Constitution, it is clear that ideology matters when selecting a Justice to the Kansas Supreme Court. (
  • Melissa Standridge sided with other judicial activists on the Court of Appeals to find a right to abortion in the Kansas Constitution. (
  • In doing so, she supports taking away the right of the people to enact reasonable abortion regulations into law, including partial-birth, live dismemberment and sex-selection abortion bans, and parental involvement for minors, thus imposing on the state of Kansas a New York-style rationale for an unfettered right to abortion. (
  • At issue is a 91-year-old Michigan law that was set to take effect after the U.S. Supreme Court in June overturned Roe , the 1973 decision had guaranteed the right to abortion nationwide for nearly 50 years. (
  • If a patient does not have the right to abortion under any circumstance, unless the privilege is granted to her by the people and their legislators, the people and their legislators could legally force her to die. (
  • In a dissent to the Whole Woman's Health decision, Justice Clarence Thomas criticized the Court's "habit of applying different rules to different constitutional rights-especially the putative right to abortion. (
  • Another section of the act replicates the Texas bounty hunter law in reverse, creating a right for anyone to bring a civil action against any person who obstructs, impedes or hinders any woman from exercising the right to abortion, any medical professional who provides abortions or abortion-related services to any woman, or anyone who aids or abets any action interfering with access to abortion. (
  • Keeping, or recovering in many cases, actual access to abortion, as opposed to an abstract right to abortion, is no simple matter. (
  • The new financial aid stems from last year's U.S. Supreme Court decision to strip away the federal right to abortion, the governor said in a statement. (
  • The first was to ban NIH funding for what's known as intramural research - essentially just programs within the agency - that involved newly obtained fetal tissue from abortions, from more recent abortions. (
  • The first was a ban on NIH funding for what's known as intramural research (essentially programs within the agency) involving newly obtained fetal tissue from abortions. (
  • The Trump administration banned federal funding for scientific research on fetal tissue from abortions. (
  • The other step was a requirement that external applicants for NIH funds who wanted to use fetal tissue would have to go through a new ethics advisory board review process. (
  • Well, if the opposition to fetal tissue research comes mainly from abortion rights opponents, what are they saying today about this latest development? (
  • The Trump administration's policy required all applicants for NIH grants involving fetal tissue from elective abortions to be reviewed by an ethics board, but a notice released by the NIH Friday states that "HHS/NIH will not convene another NIH Human Fetal Tissue Research Ethics Advisory Board. (
  • It says, "HHS is reversing its 2019 decision that all research applications for NIH grants and contracts proposing the use of human fetal tissue from elective abortions will be reviewed by an Ethics Advisory Board. (
  • and Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., leaders of a group of 26 Democratic House members calling for the lifting of the restriction on research involving fetal tissue from elective abortions, said. (
  • Funding of certain abortions where pregnancy results from rape or incest. (
  • Legal abortion is allowed only before 19th week of pregnancy. (
  • In October 2021 a bill was proposed that would mandate local laboratories to report positive pregnancy tests in order to prevent "criminal abortions. (
  • Constitutional court upheld penal code provision which decriminalized abortions within the first three months of pregnancy. (
  • From a representative sample (n=14 704) of 18 to 44 year old women, those who in the past five years had an abortion or whose last pregnancy was unintended were oversampled (sampling fraction=100%, n=1034) while the other women were randomly selected (sampling fraction =19%, n=1829). (
  • All women whose last pregnancy was unintended and ended in induced abortion or birth (n=645). (
  • Marital status and parity are important when abortion decisions are made 5 as are issues of studies or work, financial problems, single parenthood and problems in the relationship, immaturity, and unsuitable life situation 6- 10 Usually women give more than one reason for terminating a pregnancy, reflecting the multidimensional nature of the situation. (
  • Starting in September, there will be a ban on abortions that take place after 6 weeks of pregnancy, regardless of whether the pregnancy was a result of rape or incest. (
  • The dissents come from the Oklahoma Supreme Court, which ruled 5-4 this week that the state's near-total abortion ban must include an exception for cases in which there is "a reasonable degree of medical certainty or probability" that a pregnancy would endanger a patient's life, whether due to a current medical condition or to one that would likely arise later in the pregnancy. (
  • The actual policy and practice of the minister, the deputy minister and social workers under their direction, is to furnish funds to aid and abet abortion as if pregnancy were an acute illness and as if it (abortions) were not prohibited by the Criminal Code. (
  • Abortions will be taxpayer-funded if the life of the mother is deemed to be endangered or the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest, and ICE will arrange transportation to the abortionist at no cost to the detainee. (
  • The U.S. Supreme Court late Wednesday night refused to block a Texas law that amounts to a ban on abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. (
  • The ban on abortions after cardiac activity can be detected - usually at six weeks of pregnancy and well before most people even know they are pregnant - is at odds with the Supreme Court's precedents, which prohibit states from banning abortions prior to fetal viability - usually between 22 and 24 weeks. (
  • There are ethical requirements for tissue obtained from elective abortions: patients have to understand what they're doing and consent to it. (
  • But people opposed to abortion rights also often oppose this kind of research. (
  • Now, that board was convened by the Trump administration, and most of the members were publicly opposed to abortion rights. (
  • But people opposed to abortion rights often oppose this kind of research, and social conservatives held significant influence in the Trump administration. (
  • While that is currently illegal in Louisiana, our new " Stopping Illegal Sale of Chemical Abortion Act " authored by Senator Sharon Hewitt (R-Slidell) makes this a felony against those who sell the pill, strengthening the state's ability to stop this dangerous practice both now and if Roe v. Wade is overturned. (
  • A Red State's Anti-Abortion Judges Just Made a Chilling Declaration of Their True Beliefs. (
  • Many anti-abortion rights activists oppose this research on moral or religious grounds. (
  • The anti-abortion rights movement is on the losing side of a lot of policy battles at the federal level these days. (
  • But many anti-abortion rights groups oppose it on moral or religious grounds. (
  • In a statement, Marjorie Dannenfelser of the anti-abortion rights group the Susan B. Anthony List said this decision will "force Americans to be complicit in barbaric experiments. (
  • This action is part of something larger - the anti-abortion rights movement is finding itself on the losing side of a lot of policy battles at the federal level. (
  • The 91-year-old state statute bans abortions in nearly all cases. (
  • PONTIAC - A Michigan judge extended an emergency order Wednesday that prevents county prosecutors from charging abortion providers under a 1931 law that bans most abortions. (
  • A deeply divided Supreme Court is allowing a Texas law that bans most abortions to remain in force, for now stripping most women of the right to an abortion in the nation's second-largest state. (
  • Cunningham said on Wednesday that he would decide at the Aug. 17 hearing whether to grant a request for preliminary injunction against the abortion statute, a likely longer-lasting order than a TRO. (
  • After hearing, the District Court on October 9, 1973, granted a Preliminary Injunction directing the Defendants to pay the reasonable costs of medical services rendered for any abortion performed in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (as requested by the Plaintiffs) by a licensed physician on a woman otherwise eligible for PMAP benefits without additionally meeting the criterion hereinabove set forth. (
  • In addition, the applicant's doctor had said an abortion was "inappropriate. (
  • U.S. federal law prohibits schools that receive Federal grants from denying admission to students who are reluctant to assist in any way in carrying out abortions, contrary to the applicant's religious beliefs or moral convictions. (
  • and the applicant can furnish the Department with a certified letter upon request from that jurisdiction attesting to the fact that the applicant has no pending action or violations against the applicant's license. (
  • The Department shall notify the applicant of any deficiencies in the applicant's application materials requiring corrections in a timely manner. (
  • e) An applicant for temporary permit may be requested to appear before the Board to respond to questions concerning the applicant's qualifications to receive the permit. (
  • 2) An abortion referral or counseling agency, before making a referral or aiding a person in obtaining an abortion, shall furnish such person with a full and detailed explanation of abortion, including the effects of and alternatives to abortion. (
  • Medical professionals do not need judicial authorization before performing legal abortion when there is a risk to the woman's health or life. (
  • June Medical is widely expected to be the first major abortion case the Court has heard since Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, a June 2016 decision which struck down a nearly identical Texas admitting privileges requirement. (
  • In Whole Woman's Health , the Court found the state law imposed an undue burden on abortion rights. (
  • In May, New York Assemblymember Charles Lavine introduced the Geraldine Santoro Act to help women from states banning abortion to travel to New York and obtain abortion healthcare. (
  • Establishes administrative process for minor or ward to obtain abortion without notice to parent. (
  • One young Kansan woman, just months from her 18th birthday, was so worried about dissapointing her parents that she sought an illegal abortion and died as a result. (
  • The law also allows private citizens to sue healthcare workers, family members, or friends who help a patient get an illegal abortion, with the possibility of receiving a statutory award of at least $10,000 if the suit is successful. (
  • Michigan legislature passes bill overturning 1931 abortion ban. (
  • The Michigan Senate passed HB 4006 on Wednesday, which revokes the 1931 ban on abortion, less than a week after it passed the state House on March 2. (
  • It was assumed that applicants were "for women's health" and you were also pro-abortion. (
  • Abortion activists are more than willing to lower the bar on women's health in order to expand abortion, but stricter clinic regulations are in the best interest of women," Mancini wrote in an email to the Washington Free Beacon . (
  • Another priority for us is stopping the online mail-order sale of chemical abortion pills ( see TV interview on this ). (
  • Louisiana Right to life is tracking 11 bills through the Legislature this year, including a bill that would criminalize the sale of chemical abortion pills through the mail. (
  • It also repeals Section 750.15, which makes it a misdemeanor to advertise, publish, or sell 'any pills, powder, drugs or combination of drugs' that can cause an abortion. (
  • Will anybody stop that Trump judge from banning abortion pills? (
  • That news came after the FDA announced it will temporarily loosen restrictions on abortion pills , during the pandemic. (
  • A patient prepares to take the first of two combination pills, mifepristone, for a medication abortion during a visit to a clinic in Kansas City. (
  • This includes defining the physician services as occurring in the state of where the prescription was written rather than where the patient is located, so that New York doctors can prescribe and send abortion pills to people in states banning abortion. (
  • The bill is named after Geraldine Santoro , who died from an unsafe abortion in 1964. (
  • MCCAMMON: Now, this tissue is often obtained from abortions. (
  • Doctors involved have to attest that they obtained consent to collect the tissue after a woman had already decided to have an abortion. (
  • Pro-abortion groups, or those interested in utilizing preborn tissue in research, were less enthusiastic about the decisions. (
  • The Polish Constitutional Court ruled on 22 October 2020 ( case K 1/20 , in which the ECLJ intervened), that eugenic abortion was contrary to human dignity and thus unconstitutional. (
  • While abortion is not actually referenced in the Qur'an, infanticide is specifically condemned, and this has been used as an argument to keep abortion illegal in most or all cases in which it might be sought. (
  • In a move that pro-lifers are calling more evidence of the Obama administration s pro-abortion slant, the White House has sought to defund the Embryo Adoption Awareness Campaign in its fiscal 2013 budget. (
  • They challenge the State of Pennsylvania's refusal to provide reimbursement for the cost of abortions which they sought to have performed at Magee-Womens Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (
  • The court voted 5-4 to deny an emergency appeal from abortion providers and others that sought to block enforcement of the law that went into effect Wednesday. (
  • She is also asking for a court declaration that MHR policy on funding abortions is contrary to the Charter of Rights and the Criminal Code. (
  • The project examines five well-known liberalizing decisions on birth control, obscenity, interracial marriage, and abortion, along with an often-forgotten conservative decision on gay immigration, and it does so by analyzing the doctrines developed by the Court, the advocates who influenced the Court's rulings, and the public reception that transformed the meanings of the decisions. (
  • As abortion clinic chain owner Edward Allred acknowledges, "We try to use the physician for his technical skill and reduce the one-to-one relationship with the patient. (
  • Louisiana law requires that abortions only be performed by doctors who have admitting privileges, which allow an individual doctor to admit patients to a particular hospital or medical clinic, at a nearby hospital. (
  • agreement with a sponsoring licensed hospital, medical office, clinic, or other medical facility providing abortion or other health care services. (
  • The sponsoring licensed hospital, medical office, clinic, or other medical facility engaged in the agreement with the applicant shall notify the Department should the applicant at any point leave or become separate from the sponsor. (
  • No abortion referral or counseling agency shall charge or accept any fee, kickback, or compensation of any nature from a physician, hospital, clinic, or other medical facility for referring a person thereto for an abortion. (
  • The Kansas Supreme Court Nominating Commission is meeting this week to interview applicants for a seat on the Kansas Supreme Court. (
  • Corte Suprema Justicia de la Nación [National Supreme Court] March 5, 2002, Portal de Belén v. Ministerio de Salud y Acción Social de la Nación s/amparo en anticoncepción de emergencia, No. P.709.XXXVI, Spanish decision online . (
  • The Supreme Court announced Friday it will hear arguments in a lawsuit prompted by a Louisiana law prohibiting anyone who cannot admit patients at nearby hospitals from performing abortions. (
  • The Texas fetal-heartbeat abortion law will continue to remain in effect until a trial takes place, thanks to a 5-4 vote on the Supreme Court that refused to intervene in the case. (
  • The decision left open the option for abortion providers to challenge the Texas law in other ways in the future, meaning the case possibly - or even likely - will return to the Supreme Court, though not for months or longer. (
  • The sections of the Qur'an that detail the importance of health for women have been used to combat this argument, and have been moderately successful at changing the legislation against abortion enacted after 1979. (
  • In addition, we have legislation to safeguard a patient's right to obtain life-sustaining care, legislation to promote transparency in vaccines that are produced with abortion-derived cells, and legislation to increase education about adoption in public schools. (
  • Faced with the likely end of Roe v. Wade , reproductive rights advocates are seeking to create a nationwide sanctuary network for abortion services by passing interlocking legislation in blue states to ensure every American can safely access legal abortion services. (
  • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi vowed the lower chamber will take up legislation to codify access to abortion when lawmakers return later this month. (
  • A temporary restraining order was the latest in a complicated battle over abortion rights in Michigan - one that involves courts, lawmakers and voters. (
  • Courts can award successful plaintiffs damages in an amount of not less than $50,000 for each abortion the defendant obstructed in violation of the law, as well as attorneys' fees. (
  • citation needed] Abortion is currently legal in cases where the mother's life is in danger, and also in cases of fetal abnormalities that makes it not viable after birth (such as anencephaly) or produce difficulties for the mother to take care of it after birth, such as major thalassemia or bilateral polycystic kidney disease. (
  • For a long time, abortion in Persia (and then Iran) was a legal gray area, which may explain why it was not uncommon to describe the correct procedure. (
  • L.M.R. case": a raped woman with a disability was denied abortion by a judge, but this higher court allowed abortion, and reiterated that judicial authorization is unnecessary for legal abortions. (
  • The order follows months of legal maneuvers and challenges in the state since it first became known that the U.S. Supreme was likely to strike down federal abortion protections in Roe v. Wade and return such decisions to the states. (
  • Hours later on Monday, Cunningham, the Oakland County judge, issued the TRO, accepting the legal argument of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's attorneys that uncertainty over the status of the old statute unduly harmed abortion providers and their patients. (
  • Cunningham made clear Wednesday that he was viewing arguments over the need for a continuing order narrowly, a small slice of a much larger and more complicated legal journey over abortion rights in Michigan. (
  • and making abortion legal under Roe may have been a third of the decrease in crime rates in the nineties (see Freakonomics). (
  • Every American deserves access to health care no matter where they live - including access to safe and legal abortions," HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra said in a press release . (
  • In a statement, he said the White House would look for ways the federal government could ensure Texans have access to safe and legal abortions and to protect people from enforcement of the Texas law. (
  • Safe access zones outside abortion providers was upheld as constitutional. (
  • Pro-life groups, responding to the news, stressed the need for more regulation of abortion providers, even while June Medical v. Gee is being argued. (
  • They would have contracts with airlines and with national hotels, and individual contracts with abortion providers and other professionals, so that there's high quality services at the lowest possible cost. (
  • Texas abortion providers filed a lawsuit in July to halt the law from taking effect. (
  • It said the abortion providers didn't properly address "complex and novel antecedent procedural questions" in their case. (
  • 1 A large proportion of these unintended pregnancies end in abortion. (
  • According to a population based survey from the United States, 2 54% of unintended pregnancies end in abortion (27% of all pregnancies). (
  • In Eastern Europe 57% of all pregnancies end in abortion, and the figure is 21% for the rest of Europe. (
  • 6, 8, 11- 15 Zabin et al showed that pregnancies that were not wanted with a particular partner were more than twice as likely to end in abortion as those that were wanted. (
  • In a tweet about the news, Planned Parenthood warned the decision could jeopardize abortion access. (
  • Already, $6 million in no-interest loans has been approved for 15 applicants across the state, including Planned Parenthood centers as well as community health centers. (
  • c) Health care practitioners, as defined in s. 456.001 , who, in the course of their practice outside of a facility licensed pursuant to this chapter, chapter 395, chapter 400, or chapter 408, refer five or fewer patients for abortions each month. (
  • Meet the Democrat blocking Michigan abortion bills. (
  • The feminist activist is challenging, on the grounds of her freedom of expression, the fact that she was fined for disrupting a mass in Warsaw in 2016 to protest against the Church's position on abortion. (
  • Laws requiring parental notice or consent actually harm the young women they purport to protect by increasing illegal and self induced abortion, family violence, suicide later abortions and unwanted childbirth. (
  • Brittany Raymer serves as a policy analyst at Focus on the Family, researching and writing about abortion, assisted suicide, bioethics and a variety of other issues involving the sanctity of human life and broader social issues. (
  • In April 2005, the Iranian Parliament approved a new bill easing the conditions by also allowing abortion in certain cases when the fetus shows signs of disability, and the Council of Guardians accepted the bill in 15 June 2005. (
  • Besides, the fetus is a nonsentient organism incapable of feeling pain during the various types of abortion procedures, so abortion is no big deal. (
  • Republicans have been nipping at the edges of Roe for years (the clear purpose behind the other House-backed abortion bill passed yesterday, HB2020, which would create penalties for injuring a fetus), and this may rightly be regarded as another attempt. (
  • The final decision will be made by VDH's Deputy Director of Population Health or his/her designee and communicated in writing and by phone to the applicant within two business days of appeal receipt. (
  • Sala "B" de la Cámara en lo Criminal de la Provincia de Río Negro [Criminal Court of Appeal of the Province of Río Negro] May 2009, F.N.M ., Spanish decision . (
  • One of the most pervasive arguments used by pro-aborts is that the abortion decision must remain between "the woman and her doctor" alone. (
  • Factors associated with the abortion decision varied strongly according to age. (
  • Wanting to stop childbearing when the desired number of children was achieved best explained the decision to have an abortion among 25 to 34 year old women. (
  • The impact of socioeconomic and relationship factors on the decision to have an abortion is not the same at different stages in life, and refers to the social representations and perceptions of what good conditions are for being a mother. (
  • The Federal Circuit has ordered an en banc rehearing of its August 14 decision. (
  • The court may adjudge that such applicant is entitled to receive a patent for his invention, as specified in any of his claims involved in the decision of the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences, as the facts in the case may appear, and such adjudication shall authorize the Director to issue such patent on compliance with the requirements of law. (
  • Mailee Smith, staff counsel at Americans United for Life, said such a decision is more evidence of the pro-abortion slant of this administration. (
  • In the meantime, advocates are using the summer to amend the bill to provide more protections for telehealth abortion care for women who cannot travel to New York. (
  • The appeal must be in writing and should be faxed to (804) 864-7771 and clearly state the grounds upon which the applicant believes the request meets the criteria of Code of Virginia § 32.1-92.1 or § 32.1-92.2 . (
  • All I knew was that Nevada (my home state) didn't have an active abortion fund at the time, and that was a problem that needed to be fixed. (
  • A United States district court previously ruled against the state, finding that the law threatened constitutionally guaranteed abortion access because doctors could have difficulty gaining admitting privileges for reasons unrelated to abortion. (
  • Critics of the law have also claimed it would leave only a single abortion facility open in the state. (
  • a) The Department may issue a temporary permit to an applicant who is licensed to practice as a physician in another state. (
  • WASHINGTON -- The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced several actions Friday aimed at protecting reproductive rights in Texas following passage of a bill that outlaws all abortions in the state after 6 weeks' gestation. (
  • Apply by June 12, 2023 for Americans United's 2023-2024 Youth Organizing Fellowship-a paid opportunity to grow as a leader, build power with a national cohort of youth organizers, and advocate for the separation of church and state and inclusive religious freedom, including the issues that depend on them like abortion access, LGBTQ+ rights, strong public schools and a functioning democracy. (
  • Abortion is allowed for rape victims. (
  • One guess as how many healthy but abortion-minded detainees say they were the victims of rape. (
  • Her work focuses on political, social and cultural divides in America, including abortion and reproductive rights, and the intersections of politics and religion. (
  • The American Association of Medical College reports that in the first year of the pandemic, the number of Black and Hispanic applicants to medical school increased by double digits. (
  • The dissemination and translation of different medical texts to and from China, India, Greece, and Persia led to attempts to develop extensive lists of all medical practices, including abortion, and the practice is described in detail in texts from many different regions. (
  • A law a year earlier "broadened access and granted an official license" for abortions to be performed in medical facilities such as clinics and hospitals. (
  • The case pits June Medical Services, a Louisiana-based abortion provider, against Louisiana secretary of health Rebekah Gee. (
  • A large majority of people, myself included, would say that yes, parents SHOULD know when their children are going to have a medical procedure like an abortion. (
  • Moore, a Catholic, said she was fired by MHR at the end of a six-month probationary period last May when she refused to follow a supervisor's order to issue and sign a form providing temporary MHR-sponsored medial coverage for abortion expenses for an applicant. (
  • All the expenses of the proceedings shall be paid by the applicant. (
  • Abortion rights advocates late last week filed an emergency appeal with the court after a panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals canceled a hearing that had been scheduled by a federal trial judge on whether to block the law. (
  • Younger women's abortion decisions were mainly related to being a student and being single. (
  • And we are telling doctors and others involved in the provision of abortion care that we have your back. (
  • The Justice Department is "deeply concerned" about the law, according to Attorney General Merrick Garland, and is "evaluating all options to protect the constitutional rights of women, including access to an abortion. (
  • Abortion is allowed for a rape victim, even without mental illness/disability. (
  • So theoretically a mother who is seven months pregnant could be detained, cry rape, and get a taxpayer-funded abortion. (
  • A police photograph of her dead body, published in Ms. magazine in 1973, became a symbol of the abortion rights movement in the United States. (
  • In addition, the agency "plans to award up to $10 million in grants to expand access to emergency contraception and family planning services to any Title X services-eligible applicant that can demonstrate a need resulting from an influx of clients as a result of S.B. 8 as well as states around the country with increased needs overall. (
  • TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey will award $15 million in zero-interest loans and grants to health care facilities that provide abortion services for facility improvements and increased security. (
  • Several applicants claim to be reluctant or to have given up on starting a family because of the ban on eugenic abortion. (
  • Any woman who has ever had an abortion knows that, in the vast majority of cases, the first time she lays eyes on her abortionist is when she has been 'prepped' and her feet are in the stirrups. (
  • At an afternoon hearing, Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Jacob Cunningham said he is extending his temporary restraining order through at least Aug. 17, the latest turn in multi-pronged battle over abortion access in Michigan. (
  • In fact, if it were not for the issue of abortion and Poland, these applications would have been rejected out of hand, by a single judge. (
  • Lake Highlands High School valedictorian Paxton Smith made waves with her commencement speech this week, as she discarded her approved remarks and spoke about Texas's anti-abortion 'heartbeat bill' instead. (
  • The bill provides for a fast-track option in which applicants for financial assistance receive notice of the determination on their application within 48 hours of the application's receipt. (
  • House Bill 2605 is based on a relatively simple concept: if a minor daughter wishes to have an abortion, her parents have to be notified. (
  • Court authorized abortion for a raped girl with a mental disability. (
  • Appealing a BPAI Rejection: Can the Applicant Present New Arguments and New Evidence to the District Court? (
  • As we already explained , the ECLJ intervened in September 2020 in the case of B.B. v. Poland , still pending before the Court, in which the Polish law on abortion and conscientious objection are challenged. (
  • The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit ruled earlier this week to restrict access to mifepristone, an abortion pill. (
  • The police told him bluntly: "These people are trying to stop them from having an abortion. (
  • Today, I write this blog post as the Board President of an abortion fund that has helped over 250 people access the care they need. (
  • Another applicant, who claimed to be a member of the Army Reserve, used derogatory language about the LGBTQ community, adding that he first encountered LGBTQ people in the military. (
  • Other posts said the department was offering a new free technique for abortions to teens in a police van, soliciting job applicants for positions that minorities were strongly encouraged not to apply for, and banning residents from feeding homeless people so that they'd leave the city due to starvation. (
  • In Oklahoma, a recent set of chilling dissents from right-leaning justices shamelessly lays plain how the anti-abortion movement justifies its assault on pregnant people's right to life. (
  • She applied at the end of her 2011 senior year in college to the nurse's residency program at Vanderbilt University to pursue a career providing care to pregnant women and their preborn-children, only to be shocked to discover that Vanderbilt required her to certify in writing that she would agree to participate in abortions. (
  • Female applicants were asked pointed questions about their sexual orientation, what they would do if they got pregnant, and if they'd ever had an abortion. (
  • The Department shall grant or deny an applicant a temporary permit within 60 days of receipt of a completed application. (
  • In reaching this conclusion, we stress that we do not purport to resolve definitively any jurisdictional or substantive claim in the applicants' lawsuit. (
  • And it is unclear whether the named defendants in this lawsuit can or will seek to enforce the Texas law against the applicants in a manner that might permit our intervention. (
  • In essence, the majority argues that the issue isn't "ripe," and this suggests that it would take a lawsuit against an abortion provider to get to ripeness. (
  • Only a very small pool of applicants, many of whom are repeat recipients, are seeking the grants, it said. (
  • Private and international adoption, working with birth moms considering abortion, adoption through foster care-each of these choices presented unique opportunities and daunting challenges. (
  • Though these contributions were not in her name, some did reference her profession, and clearly unmask her ideological bent in supporting pro-abortion officials. (
  • Walden, who is leading the fundraising efforts directed at private philanthropists for a new abortion access fund, explained how the process would work. (
  • That potentially puts in the crosshairs of liability not just clinics but also individuals who staff the clinics, who drive patients to clinics or who help finance abortions. (